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University of Chicago Press, 1937. Hardcover. Acceptable. 1937. 319 pages. No dust jacket. This is an ex-Library book. Red cloth with gilt lettering. Pages are moderately tanned with mild foxing throughout. Heavier tanning to endpapers and pastedowns. Library plate to front endpaper and pastedown. Library stamp throughout. Slight crinkling to paper at gutters, however binding remains firm. Thumb-marking present throughout. Boards have heavy edge wear with corner bumping. Visible sunning to spine and edges with some crushing to spine ends. Gilt lettering is darkened. Fraying to spine edges. Water drops to both boards. Book has a slight forward lean. Library label to spine.
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- World of Rare Books (GB)
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- Modern Higher Algebra
- A.A. Albert
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- Used - Acceptable
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- University of Chicago Press
- Date published
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